By Jevon Dangeli (South Africa)

This article introduces ideas that can help to broaden your perspective as well as shift perceptual positions, no matter how complicated your interaction with another may be. With a broader view and a multiple perception stand-point you will have greater freedom to choose mindful responses in any type of interaction with people.

You are the only one who is responsible for your happiness.

When we feel emotionally affected by another it’s only because something that already exists inside us was triggered by that person. When we deal with what’s inside us then we no longer get triggered in the same way. We then stop blaming others for doing things to us. We see that the way they are is a reflection of their level of awareness and this enables us to remain resourceful and compassionate toward them.

Source: iCN Issue 7 (Relationship Coaching); pages 64-65

About Jevon Dängeli

Jevon is an adventure seeking and curious person who finds people and life amazing! He enjoy spending time in nature with my family and friends. Human behaviour intrigues him, especially what differentiates us as people. However, it’s what connects and unifies all of us as human beings that most fascinates him.

He is the author of 5 books relating to NLP, including a published book – The User Manual for Your Mind. And also recorded over 30 audio-programmes that include NLP plus other personal development and performance enhancing methodologies.